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J. Crop Prot
The biocontrol activity of two isolates of Candida membranifaciens against grey mold of apple fruit caused by Botrytis mali and their ability to induce biochemical defense responses in apple tissue were investigated. Apple fruit (Malus domestica) wounds were inoculated with 50 µl yeast suspension (1 × 10 7 CFU/ml) of C. membranifaciens followed 4 h later by 20 µl of conidial suspension of B. mali (1 × 10 5 conidia/ml). The apples were then incubated at 20 ºC for 8 days. Lesion diameter sizesfatcat:wkvece4x2bfrjclf4jbzx7qtby